I'm a single site owner built with Muse. For cost reasons I generally save up changes and then rent Muse for a month. Will this be available until 2020? Alternatively, if I subscribe for a month spanning the eol date (May), will Muse continue to function without additional payments?
there is no plans to make Muse Open-source
Please be informed that the CC subscribers with active subscriptions can continue to use Muse beyond the EOL date.
For single app and monthly subscribers, we are still working on the specifics.
Will update this thread with required info once we get any confirmation.
Thank you Ankush. When you say CC subscribers I'm assuming you mean the full CC. I have the Photography Plan which doesn't currently give me access to Muse. Please bear this situation in mind when you update your reply.
Yes, you got it right, By CC mean the whole Creative Cloud subscribers.
Will surely keep this in mind while updating.
Any update Ankush?
Any update Ankush?
Don't hang your hopes on a product with no future. Muse is no longer offered under the Single Apps Plan because it is EOL and Adobe doesn't want to publicly promote Muse for obvious reasons.
If you have a Full Apps Plan, Muse is still available but only if you select Show older apps in your CC Desktop Preferences. As for how long it will be available, nobody knows. We'll have to wait and see. In the meantime, you need to find a Muse replacement sooner rather than later.
Below are some Muse alternatives that have been discussed quite a bit in this forum.
It just gets worse and worse. I have a single site that I built in Muse. While I can make a few minor edits with "in browser" editing, no substantial changes are possible (Muse code is opaque). For awhile I was able, for a ridiculous price, to get a 1 month subscription to make changes, now even that option is gone. To use Muse I now must take a full CC subscription for a month at an even more outrageous price. I certainly don't want any of the subscription alternatives. It would seem my only option is to rebuild the site in Dreamweaver (CS6). Thanks Adobe!! If they aren't going to do anything with it why not let us open the app without a subscription.
Although this will not happen, I´m afraid, I agree with you.